Windows Embedded is excited to share new opportunities in Intelligent Systems for partners at this year’s Worldwide Partner Conference. During the conference, the Windows Embedded team will be demonstrating new products, devices and services, and the opportunities they represent for our partners. A great example of the innovation our partners can deliver with Windows Embedded and Intelligent Systems is the digital signage being used throughout the WPC event, built by one of our own partners, Omnivex, and powered by Windows Embedded 8.

 
There are many exciting updates being made to our ecosystem, increasing the benefits of developing a practice around Intelligent Systems. Not sure what an Intelligent System is or the advantages that Windows Embedded offers? Come see what opportunities await you at our breakout sessions that have been designed to inspire and spark ideas to help you design and build a new intelligent system, or add value to your existing practice.
 
Windows Embedded WPC sessions include:*
  • Intelligent Systems: The opportunity
  • Intelligent Systems: Imagining and creating industry solutions
  • Intelligent Systems and the Internet of Things: What is the business opportunity for Microsoft Partners? Featuring you, our partners!
  • Intelligent Systems: Developing a device strategy for your industry solution
  • Intelligent Systems and Windows Embedded technology: Devices and services offerings in the retail industry
  • Intelligent Systems and Windows Embedded technology: Devices and services offerings in the health industry
 
*See more details on each session in the WPC 2013 session catalog; search “intelligent systems”
 
Visit our booths, where we will demo the latest Windows Embedded technologies and Intelligent Systems solutions in The Commons at Booth CC-5 and CC-6. Or test-drive Ford’s innovative approach Intelligent Systems at the Ford Sync demonstration, which will be located across from the Windows Store in The Commons.
 
You’ll also have the chance to learn more about our latest product family, Windows Embedded 8. Starting July 1, Windows Embedded 8 will be available through Volume Licensing, so I encourage you to talk to us at WPC about the net new opportunities this release offers.
 
Our team is on WPC Connect, so use the conference tool to reach out and schedule a meeting with one of us. 
 
See you at WPC in Houston!
 
Karen Roberts​